Author Topic: CB750f Brake lever with master cylinder  (Read 214 times)

Offline UtahNick

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CB750f Brake lever with master cylinder
« on: May 06, 2017, 07:47:16 »
I'm needing help finding a replacement brake and clutch lever assembly for my 750 super sport with single front disc brake.
Looking around for days online and reading many forums has brought me here. I see many old posts from years ago, with no definitive answers. (If there is one).

New clip on handlebars are coming and I really want to put something more modern for brake levers,  most i see look cheap and or don't have a brake light switch.

There's got to be a direct replacement for these,  but I'm not sure what's best for my bike.  Not really wanting to spend $300 bucks on levers with mc.

If someone could point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate the help!

Need new brake lever with mc and light switch, matching clutch lever would be ideal obviously. Also a new braided line too! Please help!
Thanks in advance!

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Re: CB750f Brake lever with master cylinder
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2017, 08:23:49 »
go to

here is one i have used Not your ordinary Blog site.

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Offline yozzer74

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Re: CB750f Brake lever with master cylinder
« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2017, 20:39:44 »
Dime city have plenty to choose from

Offline Cookie

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Re: CB750f Brake lever with master cylinder
« Reply #3 on: May 09, 2017, 22:15:09 »
Also check eBay or local classifieds and wreckers. I used a master from a GSXR1000, it was cheap and available (just how I like 'em!). Works a charm, too. 
A number of foljs on here on here, have used a master from a cbr1000. Gave a cleaner look than my GSXR unit, as the reservoir is integral.

Pics are of my bike, here's a link to Mork's cb750c build:
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79 CB750F
81 CB750C
84 Tempter - well, most of it...